#853 few issues with gtk3

1.3
open
3
2015-05-29
2014-03-21
galtgendo
No

Before I get to the main problem, I'd like to note two smaller issues:
- https://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9526 - ripe for cherry-picking
- perhaps it was a design decision on libfm/pcmanfm side, but I like being able to clear text entry with Ctrl+U and that doesn't work with pcmanfm addressbar

Now, for the real problem: libfm/pcmanfm 1.2.0 built against gtk3 (3.10).
If I have two windows (in Icon mode - not sure about the other options) open, one local, one sftp, then every now and then - if the window is small enough for scrollbars to appear - upon dragging files between them, one of the windows enters into permanent refresh loop, that is repeatedly scrolls itself to the top, counteracting all user actions (mouse and keyboard).

It doesn't seem to happen every time (perhaps there's an aditional condition somewhere), but just a few tries suffice.

Discussion

  • Lonely Stranger

    Lonely Stranger - 2015-05-29

    You should've split your report into few, not merge 3 into 1, I'm sorry.

    In regards of first issue - it should be fixed now in the GIT sources, the rubberbanding was a bit rewritten since 1.2.0 version, check it, please.

    In regards of second issue - it should be a feature request but since you filed it here, I simply change Subject, Milestone and Priority to match it.

    In regards of third issue I believe it is the same issue as in [#959], could you confirm or refuse that it is fixed in current GIT, please?

    Thank you very much.

     

    Related

    Bugs: #959

  • Lonely Stranger

    Lonely Stranger - 2015-05-29
    • labels: --> libfm
    • assigned_to: Lonely Stranger
    • Group: 1.2 --> 1.3
    • Priority: 5 --> 3
     
  • Lonely Stranger

    Lonely Stranger - 2015-05-29
    • labels: libfm --> libfm, gtk3
    • summary: odd behaviour with sftp and gtk3 --> few issues with gtk3
     

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